|Risk & Crisis Management Summit
Keeping Your Organization Alive
“Something like that would never happen here.” In today’s world, we can no longer dismiss the probability of violence taking place within our own organizations. Whether in businesses, churches, or schools, the risk for crisis is ever increasing. What are you doing to keep your employees alive, the financial well-being of your company alive, and to ensure “something like that would never happen here?”
In this summit, you will hear from three experts who have “been there.” Their presentations will include violence prevention and intervention strategies, threat assessment, and crisis management, in order to help you keep your organization alive.
Date: October 17, 2018
Frank DeAngelis, Principal of Columbine High School during the 1999 shooting, tells his story of an event that changed the nation.
Lisa Dinhofer, MA, CT, in the World Trade Center during the bombing in 1993, and working in downtown New York City on September 11th, discusses the impact of traumatic events on individuals, communities, schools, and businesses.
Scott Paler, Attorney with DeWitt Ross & Stevens S.C., discusses comprehensive analyses of background checking processes that can mitigate organizations’ risks of crisis exponentially.